Heroes Magazine Issue 16 PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 July 2010

A fresh graduate of Assumption College, San Lorenzo Village, Makati, product of an OFWs sweat, effort and love
Dear friends




It was not so very long ago that the year had started and now we are in the middle of it. So many things had happened, too.


One of the worst in this quarter is the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico which had been going on for the past three months, now. We can only hope that BP will be able to finally stop it after all this time specially since the hurricane season is now starting in that part of the world. Then, of course, we in the Philippine had a supposedly democratic election. How democratic and fair that was is still a question in so many people’s minds as there are alarming stories that the election had been manipulated. Be that as it may, let us hope the newly-elected president may be able to do his job properly since so far the stories also coming out is not very encouraging. But then, we, Filipinos never learned from our mistakes. So let us hope this is not too much of a mistake since we will then be suffering it again for the next six years.


As for us in Tripoli, after the ambassador had announced that the Philippine Community School is private, the editor had received some rude messages but only from one person who pretended that the messages were sent by several people. Poor individual, she cannot be called a lady,  I think like the ambassador, she does not realize that there are no secrets in the internet and that any kind or all kinds of information can be had at the click of the mouse.


I displayed most of her messages except two because in one she claimed to be the newly elected president and in the other she claimed to  be myself replying to her messages. Since I am aware it was not the President and also that I would not stoop to her level of stupid and senseless writings, I ignored them. The rest are all here in the following pages. For a professional and an accountant, at that, she had the most appalling way of words that simply shows the kind of people the ambassador allowed to stay in the Philippine Community School when he declared it private.


This vulgar woman said; “talo ka na, Veron.” If I have lost, how come all they can do is to be rude and bad-mannered? Shouldn’t there be some celebrations instead of losing one of their staff? Food for thought, that! Don’t you think so?

God bless

    _The Editor

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